Snorkel over Hawaii’s most colorful coral reefs or just relax on a remote white sand beach and enjoy the pristine beauty of Molokai. The scenic Kalaupapa Peninsula can be reached by a mule ride down a mountain trail, or you can also visit a coffee plantation, go sailing near the world’s tallest seacliffs, camp out in Palaau State Park or take a swim in Halawa Bay and gaze across the channel to Maui. Molokai is known for its ancient fishponds, and you can also see huge waterfalls and visit a national wildlife refuge. Once you have worked up an appetite grab something to eat in the main town of Kaunakakai where you can see Church Row and visit One Alii Beach Park. See below for details on fun things to do on Molokai.